The Sheridan Station project is a new 8 story affordable multifamily development with 133 residential units, community room, fitness center and on‐site leasing office. This project is the culmination of a ten‐year effort to bring affordable housing to the Sheridan Station Light Rail Station on RTD’s W line. The .7‐acre (28,000 sf) site is located just steps from both the station and the regional bike trail that runs through Lakewood/Dry Gulch Park.

Energetics principal Elizabeth Gillmor was involved with this project when it under a previous architect, and when she was with her previous firm (before she founded Energetics), but then the project went on hold for several years. When the project picked back up with a new team, Energetics provided energy modeling to document compliance with the Denver Green Buildings Ordinance and the National Green Building Standard (NGBS) to document the energy efficiency requirements of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) award.

Images: Johnson Nathan Strohe Architects